4 Valuable Blogger Conferences You Don’t Want to Miss

If you’re a new blogger, you’re bound to have many questions about building your blog, promoting it, making money from it, and more. One of the best ways to learn how to grow your blog, especially if you want to make it a career, is to attend a blogger conference. Not only are these great for educational purposes, but they give you the opportunity to network and connect with other bloggers.

Even if you’re an experienced blogger, you can still learn just as much as newbie bloggers at a conference. You can never know enough, and even if you don’t learn anything new, you’ll have the opportunity to meet new people and grow your network.

With that in mind, here are 4 valuable blogger conferences that you definitely won’t want to miss.

The Blog Workshop

The Blog Workshop

The Blog Workshop is a new three-day online conference that will help you build your blog, brand, and business. The conference is aimed at bloggers and vloggers of all ages, and will provide information to help you take your blog/vlog to the next level. You’ll learn how to build a profitable empire, how to build effective relationships, and how to further your blogging enterprise.

When you register, 10% of your ticket purchase will be donated to three causes: Atlanta Day Shelter for Women & Children, Wellspring Living, and Suicide Prevention.

Cost $175.00 (payment plan available) | Information | Register

Bloggy Boot Camp

Bloggy Boot Camp

The Bloggy Boot Camp is a one-day blogging and social media conference held in major cities around the U.S., exclusively for women. It’s geared toward bloggers of all skill levels and provides educational training on business and writing. You’ll also get to meet and connect with awesome women bloggers from all over the United States.

Although the Bloggy Boot Camp has already been through Pheonix, you still have time to catch it in Charlotte, NC (May 2013) and Dallas, Texas (November 2013).

Cost $140.00+ | Information | Register (Charlotte, Dallas)

BlogHer Conference

BlogHer

BlogHer is a huge conference for bloggers of all levels, that is well-known around the world; this year is its 9th annual conference. BlogHer brings together thousands of women bloggers to connect and inspire each other. It’s open to anyone who considers themself a part of the social media landscape. Even though it’s geared toward women, all genders are encouraged to attend.

This year, the two-day conference will be held in Chicago, IL during the month of July. Their website states that 10-15% of their attendees are men.

Cost $398.00+ | Information | Register

Build Your Blog Conference

Build Your Own Blog Conference

The Build Your Blog Conference is an annual one-day conference. Started by Six Sisters, this conference will teach you how to grow and further develop your blog. The classes are taught by esteemed bloggers and professionals who are just dying to share their secrets with you! If you want to learn how to make your blog stand out from the rest, this is the conference for you.

Even though BYB 2013 has passed, it’s not to late to register for BYB 2014. The conference will be held in February 8, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Cost $99.00 (early bird special) | Information | Register

Final Thoughts

If you need some inspiration or motivation, a blogger conference is the perfect way to give yourself a refresh! Any of these conferences will surely add value to your blogging career.

Have you ever attended a blogger conference before? If so, which one(s) have you attended? If not, do you plan on attending one in the future?

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  1. Zac Johnson April 20, 2013
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